I am a big fan of emulators running on iOS. Thanks to ZodTTD, “that being who makes emulators on the iPhone”; it is possible to play Super Nintendo (with snes4iphone), PlayStation (through psx4iphone) and even Sega Genesis – using the genesis4iphone app – on a jailbroken device. But, what about Nintendo 64? I don’t know [...]
Nintendo, Nintendo, Nintendo… When will you bring your games to other platforms besides your own? There are certainly enough people (myself included) who want to relive their childhood through the Nintendo 64 classics. Unfortunately, because of the company’s exclusiveness, it can get a little complicated if you want to enjoy these games comfortably on the [...]
ZodTTD released an updated version of his N64 emulator on Cydia today, now dubbed n64ios. If you’re itching to play original N64 games in your pocket, keep in mind this is an early release. n64ios, at this point in time, is more of a tech demo of what ZodTTD’s emulator can do more than it is [...]
The developer of numerous emulators for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad such as gpSPhone, has recently tweeted that the popular n64iPhone emulator should be compatible with the iOS 5 firmware in a matter of mere days. In case you have never heard of the n64iPhone emulator, it will allow you to play Nintendo 64 [...]
We’ve seen Mario Kart 64 played on the iPhone 3GS with n64iPhone. Now that Spirit is released, emulation on the iPad is possible. Watch a video of Mario Kart 64 for Nintendo 64 being played on iPad using a Wiimote. n64iPhone is available in Cydia from ZodTTD and MacCiti for $2.50 Play more emulators from the [...]
n64iPhone, developed by ZodTTD, is an Nintendo 64 emulator for iPhone 3GS and iPod Touch 3rd Gen. Note: 1G or 2G iDevices will NOT run this emulator due to requiring a newer version of OpenGL ES. Some games are playable, though some are just not up to spec, either due to graphical glitches or performance [...]
ZodTTD showed first test video clip of Super Nintendo on the iPad. Cdevwill posted images on Twitter, showing Nintendo 64, assuming it’s “n64iPhone”… The iPad seems perfect for emulations. What do you think?